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Re: [gnugo-devel] Viewing influence, moyo, area

From: Arend Bayer
Subject: Re: [gnugo-devel] Viewing influence, moyo, area
Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2002 18:21:24 +0100 (CET)

> I'd like to add the ability to view influence, moyo, and area
> information graphically (in particular, in the html views).
> I'm thinking something like different shades of grey depending on
> the values.
I think like the output of -m24 would be nice. The main drawback
of this feature is that it only gives the influence according to one
of the variables used (initial_opposite_influence if I remember correctly),
while this is not the only one used in the code (e.g. when determining
dragon safety).

> What would be the most useful ways to lay this out?
> One example is it would be nice to show this information graphically:
>   H8:   - F9 territory change 0.87 (0.13 -> 1.00)
>   H8:   - J9 territory change 0.65 (-1.00 -> -0.35)
>   H8:   - E8 territory change 1.00 (0.00 -> 1.00)
>   H8:   - F8 territory change 1.00 (0.00 -> 1.00)
>   H8:   - G8 territory change 1.00 (0.00 -> 1.00)
>   H8:   - J8 territory change 1.00 (-1.00 -> 0.00)
>   H8:   - E7 territory change 0.65 (0.35 -> 1.00)
>   H8:   - F7 territory change 0.87 (0.13 -> 1.00)
Hmm, would probably require a new board linked to the move. Then green
numbers for positive and red numbers for negative changes (yes, that does
happen) would do.

Also, you mentioned this once, I think it would really be useful to have
some sort of time stamp on the html views. The output of

grep Changelog gnugo/CVS/Entries 

(if you are using CVS) would be sufficient I'd say.


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